Monthly Archives: January 2020

Morning tea at Finniss Point

I’m in Auburn once again this weekend, spending time with dad. Today we had an invitation to visit one of the nurses who comes to help him shower – he has someone come in most days of the week, a … Continue reading

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Today

Today is the birthday of AA Milne, writer of Winnie the Pooh, and a glorious day it is too. I hope you are having a happy one!  

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Remembering the bird

Yesterday I ran into an old friend at the supermarket. She now lives near Ballarat, but is here for a month or so to see her parents, who are 95 and 98. She, Christine, and her partner John invited me … Continue reading

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Fire plugs

It’s been a full on week, so hot again and fires all over the place. I am a long way from anything that is happening (and hopefully it will stay that way), but it must be grim for those closer … Continue reading

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Happy New Year (The world turns)

I went to see the sun set last night, for the last time in 2019, and got up early today (probably won’t happen again for a while!) to see it rise for the first time in 2020… Here are some … Continue reading

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